Flower NameGrey Cottonhead
Formal NameConostylis candicans 'silver sunrise’
Grey Cottonhead (scientific name: Conostylis candicans 'silver sunrise’ ) is native to Australia and is a perennial of the family Haemodorumidae. It grows naturally in the southwestern part of Western Australia. Flower stems, leaves and buds are covered with white fine hairs. Put out several flower stems from between the thin sword-shaped root leaves, extend the head-shaped flower from the tip, and attach about 10 to 40 yellow florets in a hemispherical shape.
Common name:Grey Cottonhead, Scientific name: Conostylis candicans 'silver sunrise',flower color: Yellow.
SpeciesC. candicans 'silver sunrise’
Flower typeZygomorphic Flower
Flower arraySolitary Inflorescence
Leaf edgeEntire Fringe
Flowering placePlain/fleet Specific area
SeasonAug Sep Oct
Height10 ~ 40 [cm]
Diameter1 ~ 1